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is not over yet. >> we look at nuclear power and clean energy alternative and how the u.k. power sector could be getting a boost from china, back in just one moment. >> you're watching biz asia america at the nasdaq market site. the u.k. is taking extraordinary steps to boost the nuclear power industry. chinese companies can now own majority stakes in building britain's future nuclear power plants. richard has the story. >> the british chancellor saved his announcement for the last day of a weeklong trade tour of china. the british government said it is near to agreeing to a deal for french and chinese energy companies at this site at somerset to build the u.k.'s first nuclear powered reactor in nearly two decades. they aim to renew the fleet of nuclear power plants and needs foreign investment to pay the upfront costs. china cgame is an investor -- ctn is an investor. it is just a start. alternately, they want to build nuclear reactors around the world. securing the approval of a western regulator, opening that ambition a step closer. >> it was not the only big- ticket investment announced b
it is controversial, nuclear energy has always been an important part of energy supply worldwide and taiwan is no exception. on today's program, we are delighted to have a conversation with officer -- with professor way kuo from city university hong kong to discuss the state of nuclear energy in hong kong. >> good to be here. >> a pleasure to have your on the program today. you have recently come out with a book on the state of nuclear energy. can you tell us a little bit about the book and what are some of the important findings in the book? >> ok. this is a book that was written right after my visit at fukushima about two and half years ago. the energy issue is a major issue today. the key of the book is to look for a connection between energy and the environment. the issue that addresses in the book is to look at the trade- offs among manufacturers. like resources, safety, reliability, all kinds of benefits we can get from energy and what are the side effects i using different resources? >> it you having titled the book based on the literal translation is the minority report on nucler en
if this book were hotter? what would it do to the table? energy would cascade from the book to the table until they both became the same temperature and they will level off. so that alcohol that's poured on your back has the same temperature as anything else around, but it feels cold. and why does it feel cold, gang? because what is that alcohol doing? what it's doing is what we're gonna be talking about today. it's changing state. it's changing from the liquid state to the gaseous state, okay? and we call that what? begin with ev? evaporation. evaporation, that's right. and we're gonna be learning that evaporation is a cooling process. you know, sometimes you're swimming and you come out and you're all wet, a little breeze come by and you feel kinda chilly. but if no breeze comes by, you don't feel so chilly. and what's going on? when that breeze comes by, what happens to the water on your body? evaporates. it evaporates. when it evaporates, how does your body feel? begin with a c. - cool. - cool. now, we're gonna ask the question hc. why is it that evaporation is a cooling process? and we ca
of the church and it really shows in the academy and the faces and the energy of those young people. i also want to acknowledge and i see so many of our elected officials from the region and i want to take a minute to acknowledge them and to note that are delighted that you also can join us. whether you are mayors or in our county representing our county or you are statewide you understand the importance of the work that we are engaged in together. i want to recognize our state's attorney angela. [applause] i probably should've said first my good friend, my dear friend carmen walker brown who is representing lieutenant governor anthony brown here today. welcome. [applause] delegate ayesha who represents the 25th legislative district and the maryland house of delegates and chair of the legislative lot caucus. [applause] marilyn bland the clerk of the circuit court in prince george's county. thank you for joining us. [applause] i'm going down the list budget i should look at delegate arianna kelly of montgomery county. thank you for joining us and over in the miller from montgomery county. [applau
] >> we have more live coverage coming up thursday. the house energy and commerce committee will hold a hearing to take a look at the invitation of the health care law and the challenges faced with the enrollment process in the insurance exchange. that will be live thursday at 9 a.m. eastern right here on c-span2. we want to mention health and human services secretary kathleen so this is expected to testify about the insurance exchange rollout as early as next week. according to the u.s. labor department the economy added 140,000 jobs in september. while the numbers did miss estimates, the unemployment rate fell to 7.2% from 7.3% in august. the government shutdown delay to the september jobs report bought about two and half weeks, the impact of the shutdown will not be revealed until october's numbers come out in a few weeks. the chair of the presence council economic advisers released a statement today saying in part there's no question >> c-span studentcam video competition asks what's the most important issue congress should consider in 2014. make a documentary showing varying poin
. god bless america. >> coming up on c-span2, a forum on u.s. energy and defense policy and the debate between the candidates for new jersey governor and republican governor chris christie faces democratic challenger barbara verano. >> wednesday, he hearing on national park closures as a result of the government shut down as some states take on the cost of reopening their local parks. the house national resources and oversight and government affairs committees are holding a joint hearing to review the closures. see alive at 9:30 a.m. eastern on c-span3. >> the group campaign to fix the debt is pushing for a longer-term agreement. you can see alive it live at 2:00 p.m. eastern on our companion network entry. ♪ >> we want to know how the government shutdown is affecting you. please send us your touts. >> maker video message and upload it at tout.com/c-span. see what others are touting about two tuesday the u.s. energy security council hosted an energy council on foreign policy foreign-policy and security. this event includes a description by former nightline anchor ted koppel and this
. there is a cost-of-living crisis. one of the reasons is rising energy bills. one leading charity reports it is one of the things driving people to food banks. in light of that, though the prime minister think that the energy company's decision to raise energy bills by 8.2% is justified? >> let me come back to him on the youth unemployment figures. the youth claimant count, the number of young people claiming unemployment benefits is down 79,000 since the election. there is no complacency. we need more young people in work, more jobs. the figures show there are one million more people in work than there were when this government came to office. let me remind the gentleman of something he predicted in october 2010. he said this, the government, i think people want to listen to this. the government have a program which will clearly lead to the disappearance of one million jobs. that was his prediction. he was 100% wrong. he should apologize to this house of commons. [cheering] of course, we all want to see energy prices come down. that is why we are putting people on the low-end tariff. the one thing
. innovation in arizona that could completely change the energy industry. it is being closely watched by expert everywhere. arizona public service's vice president is here. we'll tell you if this can lower your bills and put money in your pocket. >>> plus it is franchise friday! i love it! we're talking health inspection horrors. your bottom line can live or die based on these ratings. we're getting you one step closer to the franchise dream. well, my dream. >>> "who made money today?" they are making history. you can easily search their success. not sure who it is? watch to find out. even when they say it is not it is always about money. melissa: our top story tonight, it is the holy grail of the energy industry. how to store electricity once it has been produced. like saving solar energy for a cloudy day. a new project with giant mirrors in the arizona desert is currently catching the heat from solar panels and holding it so it can be used anytime you need it. the process is very closely watched by experts as a possible game-changer. here to explain is pat dinkel, from arizona public service
provider. >> earlier this month the u.s. energy security council hosted a conference on energy policy and security in washington, d.c. a portion of the to include a roundtable discussion with former energy and defense officials along with industry professionals. speakers included former shell oil company president john hofmeister, former lockheed martin share norm augustine, along with former national security advisor to president reagan robert mcfarlane, and former cia director james woolsey. this is just over an hour and 45 minutes. >> ladies and gentlemen, thank you very much for coming today as -- and joining us for what we believe is the launch of ideas of policy ideas that truly can change our pattern for the past 40 years. changes that are easy, that don't cost anything, don't require government subsidies, and that are feasible, truly, thanks to the ramping up of shale gas. we have at hands the means to empower our transportation secretary that today is 97% reliant on one fuel, oil. into a competitive sector in which the free market, no subsidies, allows the competition of avai
that's one degree celsius. if something is one degree above freezing, would it be radiating energy? yes. would that energy have a frequency? how about i compare that to radiating at two degrees above celsius? would that be radiating energy? would that energy have a frequency? yes. would that frequency be doubled? no. check your neighbor. yeah. ah. hey, gang. would the temperature be-- would the frequency be doubled? get right to that point. get right to that question. the question is: wouldn't that work best for kelvin? yeah. honey, it will only work for kelvin because one degree celsius is not twice as hot as two is-- i should say two degrees celsius is not twice as hot as one degree celsius. see, to say twice as hot is to imply twice the internal energy. try this one. the waitress brings over some coffee because you've ordered coffee with your apple pie, and you say, "oh, i'd like the coffee really hot." and she brings it over, and you put your trusty thermometer in, and, son of a gun, it's iced coffee. ice cubes and everything. it's zero degrees celsius. and you say to the waitress,
we had eight presidents who have embarked upon energy independence. i don't think any of them were in competent people. but here we are 40 years on and we are where we are. i have met hundreds and hundreds of members of congress and senators over the years. i can only count on one hand people i thought were not competent at least in the conversation i was having. they are competent people who come to serve. i have met hundreds of appointed officials over the years. i cannot count on anything any incumbent and appointed officials have ever met. .. twenty-six congressional committees and subcommittees, 800 plus federal judges, 50 states, 50 state legislatures and then you get the thousands of municipalities and counties across the country. pretty fragmented system. so where am i going with this? the same issues exist around energy that exists around money, and the supply of money. but yet we have in our democratic wisdom figured out a mechanism that enables the monetary system to work. within the same governance of this big, sloppy federal democracy. because we have in the past exper
sunlight. the druid wants to impose a levy on solar power to help pledged -- plug its energy debt. >> there is an argument in spain right now. the country is still mired in financial difficulty. the government has come up with an unusual proposal. calling for a tax on solar energy. >> a son, to the government, y echo >> some are enjoying an average of $3000 of sun each year. the nations is one of the leading providers of solar energy. producing so much, the production capacity now exceeds demand by 60%. the government has found itself in debt to the tune of 26 billion euros. to scale back the use of solar panels, the government decided to tax those who use them. in other words, taxing the very behavior they spent the last date trying to encourage. >> critics say this will damage progress toward meeting european year -- energy goals. it could set a dangerous precedent for other struggling countries like greece. aaron's energy regulator agrees and has called the proposed economically unviable and discriminatory. he invested his money in storing a solar panel in his home. >> with the
to recycle co 2. f you have co2 and water and inexpensive energy sources we can split water, mike hide general, we can mix it and make it by the buckets. in fact we're involved in a making in iceland we are a day.ns of methanol co2 recycling will happen in the long term future because man kind does not have . energy shortage energy storage and energy carrier problem. sun is going to be there for the next four and a half billion years. it all came from sun. so we can use any energy sources 2 and water. with co short term what i would propose or this council is convert shale gas to mrk ethanol. we can make it by the buckets and we can make all the products that man kind needs. without carbon you and i wouldn't be here. this is the message i'd like to give. >> every time we exhale we let more carbon out in the air. we might as well view it as a resource. if it's a resource that companies can make money from and convert it into fuel, that is likely to solve a lot of problems. the m going to turn to onomic et at the shea at the embassy of vale. >> -- israel. >> i hope i'm not embarrassing
store and looking up multiple products lines of the post right now we have the culture the energy sector. >> whether it is liquids or gases, for us the question is the nrdc and people that talk about the environmental community. there are so many differences of opinion. in terms of carbon emissions and environmental effects. and there is some pretty exciting alternatives that are made all the more possible. and so with that there is alive. >> if you don't have competition from the biggest players in the room will be able to keep the price is nice and high for them. and i think of this is a situation in which you have very a severe food allergies. start each day with a cup of coffee and milk in it. if you are allergic to come up and go milk and soy mouth. the only thing you can drink his wry smile. rice milk goats and $50 per gallon and you still can't put cow milk or soymilk or anything else, but you can make do with less and you don't have the option to switch this among the given sources. since we have a situation where our vehicles have warranty only to run on gasoline and it doesn't
there is a cost of living crisis and one reason is rising energy bills which one leading charity reports today is one of the things driving people to food banks. in light of that does the prime minister think the energy company to raise its customers energy bills by a.d. .2% as justified? >> first of all let me come back to on the youth unemployment figures which he mention. because the youth claimant count the number of young people claiming unemployment benefit is down 79,000 since the election. there's no complacency, we need more young people in work, more jobs. one of the remarkable things about today's figures is they show for the first time there are 1 million more people in work than they were when this government came to office. let me remind the right honorable gentleman of something he predicted in october of 2010, he said this, he said the government, i think people want to listen to this, he said this, the government have a program which will clearly lead to the disappearance of 1 million jobs. that was his prediction. he was 100% wrong and he should apologize to this house of com
of the unmet energy needs are so large, we can get all the way there. i think in the developed world we have contribute a lot. that's why we're seeing it being so flat. the rate at which demand is growing relatively small compared to what we can deliver through energy efficiency. in the developed world, developing world i think they can flatten the curve a bit but the curve will still be going out. we need to think about this estimate of what's going in pl play. >> during this presentation you didn't touch upon the 10-foot pole. let me ask you. two weeks ago i drove from here in washington all the way to ottawa canada. we at the same time -- in the united states, right close to the border it's 360 -- $3.60, $3.70. after you cross the border because $6.50, $6.70. the canadian and u.s. dollars are almost equal. so nasty is that price per gallon? >> price per gallon. they just estimated for me, a little bit different. they use the same conversion for the u.s. gallon and a leader is what they told me that's what he does. so given that, i started coming in from using the canadian oil as long as
day secure our energy future but first how commodities, treasurys and currencies did today. >>> in washington today, it wasn't just the debt crisis in the spotlight. there was also a lot of talk about american energy independence. the big question at the energy conference, why is the u.s. still dependent on imported oil and how close are we to using energy to be self-sustaining in our needs. sharon epperson reports. >> reporter: with the fed refl government shutdown, some of the premiere institutions for energy invasion scale down or shout down completely. but many companies continue to forge ahead with ground-breaking technologies that will help reduce this country's dependence on oil and increase the energy security. corporate executives and policy makers came together at securing america's future energy security to increase awareness and spark action to reduce the nation's dependence on oil. >> energy security is a triple win. it's a win for the customer because our technology reduces the price. it's a win for the climate, and it's a win for security of the nation. polit
and neil monroe and alex roardy. >> what about the advancement of the energy you mentioned. and going to get your thoughts on the president's climate change plans, specifically with the power plant -- >> boots and i will split that. our -- the way we want to advance our energy agenda is first of all, a matter of education. it's a mere 15 years ago we were less. we ran around saying where are we going get the energy? going to get it from nigeria, all of the far reaches in the world. we've got a real problem. what we know now is across the board, we have every kind of energy, more of it than everybody else. it's accessible. we have proven in the last few years, we created a couple of million jobs. we paid just in the last year in the fracking businesses, the state picked up $3 billion in income tax and royalties and individuals were a part of that with little stuff coming off of the federal lands. you know, we always keep talking -- the administration and others keep talking about, well, we're going to open up the lands but you don't see the permits. withe have to continue to explain to
, safer energy company. i can tell you - safety is at the heart of everything we do. we've added cutting-edge technology, like a new deepwater well cap and a state-of-the-art monitoring center, whe experts watch over all drilling activity twenty-four-seven. and we're sharing what we've learned, so we can all produce energy more safely. our commitment has ner been stronger. sometimes they just drop in. always obvious. cme group can help you navigate risks and capture opportunities. we enable you to reach global markets and drive forward with broader possibilities. cme group: how the world advances. ido more with less with buss energy.hp is help. soon, the world's most intelligent servers, designed by hp, will give ups over twice the performance, using forty percent less energy. multiply that across over a thousand locations, and they'll provide the same benefit to the environment as over 60,000 trees. that's a trend we can all get behind. >> the stock market opens in a minute. i'm looking at the gold market. it is going straight up and i want to know why. tr tres knippa may have a reason
? by developing all kinds of energy, more on that in a minute. and by rapidly expanding our commercial relationships within the two biggest trading blocks in the world, europe and the asian pacific. until we act on these underlying challenges and opportunities, the kind of spending and debt standoff we endured in the past few weeks will repeat itself over and over again. and our debt will pile higher and higher. so the chamber is going to focus its efforts on a few key opportunities and a few key challenges. first the opportunities. immigration. we're in a good position. there's still an appetite to get comprehensive immigration reform done this year. we're not sure quite -- maybe we'll extend this year a few months. but we're really hot after it. and there's still strong support amongst the public and lawmakers and our nation, our economy, and our businesses and our workers need it more than ever. the chamber is keeping up the push for reform, an opportunity to show the world we can get a big thing done that we can all benefit from. energy is another major opportunity. you want more j
be self-sufficient in energy. also, if you are worried about global warming, burning natural gas releases less greenhouse gas than oil or coal. >> flack go feels wrong. it feels like you are pumping stuff into mother earth. >> john: a liberal european environmentalist points out that europe promised to cut greenhouse gas emissions but didn't cut them. >> we managed to cut half what you accidentally happened to do when you stumbled on fracking. >> john: so it brings fuel cheaper, maybe better for the world. why are these people so mad? >> they worry about energy companies shoving these dangerous chemicals into the ground. >> this is seen sfraen a documentary called gas lane. >> the documentary gas land. >> they gave it director an emmy and matt damon features greedy energy companies destroying the promised land. >> if it happens to one of us, it could happen to us all of us. >> john: yoko ono artists against fracking. and so is the left wing media. >> it comes up by the millions of gallons and protests grow. >> a lot of people are getting sick. >> john: you would think assistant the anti-f
commentary. it is interesting how everyone does them in different ways and each party has a different energy. -- h cartoon has a different energy. i have to wear two hats, i work for and international publication, "the economist." as well as "the baltimore sun." i use a very old-fashioned english style pen nibs. it takes me three hours to apply the ink. three hours of scratch, scratch. if the deadline is 7:00, that takes you back to 4:00. i have pencil sketches before that, that takes two hours to three hours. and then you have coming up with the idea. everyone finds a way of getting two ideas in a different fashion. sometimes, they do come quickly. other times, you go through a lot of processes. my day is pretty much and eight our 210 hour day -- an eight to ten hour day. about the freedom we are given, with all freedom comes responsibility. what i admire about my peers who do this really well on a daily basis is how managing to the cartoons that are both apt and right on the news, not sexist, not racist. powerful one day, funny the next day. all of these things that have to go into the mix
.c. thank you for joining us. well, this is very exciting. the whole energy story is exciting in general. i want to hear more about this new vehicle. before we get do that, let me get your take on the happenings in washington. what do you want to see congress do in the next 90 days to avoid an encore of this debt threat? >> well, i think it's fair to say that nature abhor's a vacuum. market and consumers hate uncertainty. although this satisfying a short-term default requirement to push the economy forward, it's not a long-term solution. i think that's a problem. >> yeah. so, has it impacted you in terms of, you know, your decision making, you know, sitting on cash, not moving forward on anything? do you think there has already been damage done to the broad economy? how do you see it? >> i had some sense of an accommodation. i was hoping for longer term coming out of washington. that being said, general motors will bill roughly $160 billion this year. our capital program about $15 billion a year. we can't adjust or modify our plans for these political pertovasions i'll call them. it's unset
be a better, safer energy company. i can tell you - safety is at the heart of everything we do. we've added cutting-edge technology, like a new deepwater well cap and a state-of-the-art monitoring center, whe experts watch over all drilling activity twenty-four-seven. and we're sharing what we've learned, so we can all produce energy more safely. our commitment has never been stronger. stick with innovation. stick with power. stick with technology. get the flexcare platinum. new from philips sonicare. charles: we are talking about things other people push aside. remember the remember the irs targeting a the tea party groups claim that the government might want to lawyer up. this watchdog group is fed up and now they are suing. chris farrell is the director of investigations for that group. a lot of people have sort of forgotten about this. a lot of people are happy that you guys have spoken about this. >> thank you for having us. we don't forget. we have several freedom of information acts. looking for basic documentation and communications and the process for having the tea party groups a
is the chairman of the house energy commerce committee. in thehe lead story "detroit free press" this morning -- from "the wall street journal" -- paul from florida, republican line, what is your focus on gecko -- on? caller: your previous caller, thank you for your service. simple, how out of touch are these guys in d.c. e -- in d.c.? republicans, democrats, black, white, hispanic, heterosexual, transgender, what we need to focus on is the economy and jobs. these guys are so out of touch in d.c. and is it any surprise we are in the shape we are in the echo have a great weekend, pedro. -- we are in? have a great weekend, pedro. host: next caller. caller: i could not agree with the last caller more. we have to focus on jobs, on growing our economy, and cutting government and cutting spending is not going to do that. austerity cuts over and over show that it will shrink the economy. the more people we have come in the more money we invest, the more people we have working, the more people we have paying taxes , our deficit goes down. if we continue these cuts and continue cutting jobs all we are
to the american south with the entire black violence that erupted and the entrepreneurial energy from the real estate developer. her love. eventually the emigrants daughter moved to another neighborhood in brooklyn. who would live anywhere else? had given the choice probably would have chosen harlem so each in her own way meanwhile hoping to build a city within a city with alaska brown faces speaking in a multitude of languages with the high and with a low and making new people. the city of for them san changes with a brown face children others resigned with the modern choreography it did isolation. [applause] >> host: what was your first introduction? >> the book is about the dancer, choreographer and a composer in jazz pianist and a writer. and to each of them is in stages my first introduction was as a student or the undergraduate should we be forgotten their the books would be reprinted for the first time a largely due to the efforts so i encounter first in the classroom on my own that is a graduate student she is whose work i stated the longest relationship with it had the opportunity to
on "afterwords." >> now a discussion of the current state of the u.s. energy resources with a look back at the oil embargo that occurred 40 years ago this month. from this morning's washington " this is 40 minutes. host: joining us now from new york is john kingston. our topic -- the role of opec especially as we mark a historical event in opec's history. mr. kingston, thank you for joining us. and we start with a little bit of perspective? tell our viewers a little bit about what opec is and specifically an event 40 years ago which brings us to today's discussion. guest: opec was founded in 1960 in baghdad with the first meeting. in order to wrest a little bit more control from what was in the big oil companies and also to protect the price of oil from falling too far. there was too much oil for the world, the standard oil cartels for a long time kept it from falling further. opec then took on that role. i think americans do or member the embargo in 1973, which came out of the yom kippur war, and as a result, they think of opec as an organization that is determined to boost the price a
for renewable energy sources. environmentalists have also gathered in belgium and ireland, hoping to bring about change in and a call gathered in london sending a message to the people in charge to stop and think about the new generation. but britain is nonetheless putting fracking on the fast- track are. >> it will make household energy bills so cheap, he says. there will be so many jobs, he enthuses. u.k. premised are david cameron has got behind fracking in a big way. most evangelical in his drive to sell it to the british people, north and south. it is a tough sell though. he found out from environmental groups and local evil worried about countrysides being scarred up and down the u.k.. locals and campaigners barricaded a proposed drilling site for two months and they have now vowed to move their camp to a river for driller. >> ♪ power to the people ♪ people got the power >> and the have the experience of americans to back them up. 100 times more fracking wells a year are done in the u.s. than in the whole of europe. and in -- environmental impacts are showing. campaigners talk about ga
renaissance my friend rich bernstein basically pioneered the concept. i like energy independence theme. i like mass consumerisms theme. i like modern medicine theme. there are number of themes in slower growth economy i think will grow a lot faster than the overall economy the next year or two. lori: interesting you mentioned transports. dow transports are leading indicator to growth or contraction in an economy. if you're looking at transports can i interpret that to say you expect broader economic growth through the balance of the year into next? >> i do. i do. 46% of s&p companies sales are from foreign or international and 40% are profits. as per capita incomes rise and emerging and front tear markets if you travel around the world as per capita incomes rise the people in the emerging and frontier markets want what we have. they want mcdonald's. they want kentucky fried chicken. they don't care about pepsi. they want coke. i think that is great long term. lori: and apple, with the ipad coming out tomorrow. american innovation, got to love it. we have to leave it there. thank you so much, j
if the private sector. he worked for duke energy for quite a few years and also with sales consulting for a private sector company and on strategic initiatives. all of these things do a very good job of preparing someone to be the governor of the tenth large state in the country. so welcome, governor. >> it's an honor to be here. thanks for having me here at heritage. thank you so much. good to see so many young people, too, it's great. [applause] >> thank you. well, governor, we're going to have a conversation here today, and there are so many things on my list, we'll just start through it, and i'll try to keep an eye on the clock so we have a few minutes left for questions. >> all right. >> but tell us a little bit, if you will, first of all, about your governing principles. what do you think about when you think about governing a state as large and diverse as north carolina? >> one principle may surprise you, and it's a principle i bring from the private sector that i don't think we talk enough about in state capitals or in washington, d.c., and that is operations. one of the thing
have to have that reserve. i always say about clarissa leachman whose energy is phenomenal. i always say she has an extra gear. tavis: yes, she does. you kind of need to have a touch of the next gear when you're working. and that is a matter conserving energy sometimes. and not worrying yourself down by wasting time. sometimes doing things that take you away from the work area everybody was very concentrated. i had never met john goodman. and his character is on and all kinds of -- tavis: he plays characters very well. gracias that this -- >> yes, but this is more on. i wanted to talk to him and he was -- so i found something to say to him and he responded. he was sweet. he was polite. and he went right back to where he was in character. -- i think everybody thought it was unusual to see so many characters be quite different to the way they are perceived normally. tavis: was there a particular turn on her challenge to you during a. piece -- a period piece? >> no. you can express yourself with limits. i love that which. the thing i had to get right was the voice. there are a million a
- energy independence - but at what cost. we'll talk about that. i'll visit with one pennsylvania community that has been split over fracking and its effects. that's next. >>> a new word barely heard about by the energy industry a decade ago is well-known. fracking. it mixes water and chemicals to fracture rock and force out natural gas and oil. fracking allows energy companies to get at immense natural gas deposits in the united states, sparking a drilling boom. natural gas companies point out it is cleaner burning fuels and abundant domestically. we wanted to understand the impacts on community. i travelled to greene county, to consider a place rich in reserves and full of worry about the future. >> cattle graze on a mix of grasses and greens. here on sandra brown's farm in greene county, in the south-western corner of pennsylvania. brown says it's a great time to be selling organic beef. >> there's much more demand than i can supply. >> you might wonder why she's put her farm on the market. >> how much is it up for sale for? >> 449. that's a 3800 square foot house, b&b and 45 acres, a po
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as renee ellmers, member of the house committee on energy and commerce and the republican women's policy committee and member of the appropriations committee as well as ethics committee. we thank you both for being here. this has been a tough day. congresswoman, let me begin with you. what do you expect to be the consequences of the deal and will house approve of that? >> it will get passed. of course i will not be in favor to vote for it because it simply does not have in it what i have promised my constituents that i would vote for if we raise the debt ceiling. the reforms and spending cuts were not there. i really wanted to relate the obamacare individual mandate and it was not fair. so this is the issue and i do believe that it will pass. it has been up-and-down, it has been a tough time for us. but i think actually this is a learning time for us and we can all come together and move forward. because we have to fight for the american people. lou: congressman, do you support the deal tonight? >> yes, i will. it's absolutely essential that as members of congress, we restore our fundame
the gulf recover and learn from what happened so we could be a better, safer energy company. i can tell you - safety is at the heart of everything we do. we've added cutting-edge technology, like a new deepwater well cap and a state-of-the-art monitoring center, whe experts watch over all drilling activity twenty-four-seven. and we're sharing what we've learned, so we can all produce energy more safely. our commitment has never been stronger. you really love, what would you do?" ♪ [ woman ] i'd be a writer. [ man ] i'd be a baker. [ woman ] i wanna be a pie maker. [ man ] i wanna be a pilot. [ woman ] i'd be an architect. what if i told you someone could pay you and what if that person were you? ♪ when you think about it, isn't that what retirement should be, paying ourselves to do what we love? ♪ liz: so much for people who tried to short their way. power mover of the hour is ian g. mexican group, shares of mexican food chain are jumping exponentially today up more than 15%, that is a $67 gain to $5.62. it hit new highs following the earnings report "after the bell" today reporting a
. this is something which demonstrates that our energy, to reduce the rate, light weight, and this car the main thing is out of the on technology and ideas, the complete thing for the designers and engineers to do the best they can without any limitations. and this is where we are. the concept is we need a third model line. ours is the sports car business. is uncompromising.é%wd souoo. you to be better than you'veúi4" >> this is a 1941 packard. custom 180 victoria with a custom body by darren. it's one of 35 made. there are 11 of them left. this is the only one that has running boards. 356 cubic inch, nine main bearing. this is top of the line of that year. 36 engine cars, world war ii, officially the last cars made, '41, '42, before the war. it's been a wonderful experience. the biggest car shows in the g:. you can see the beautiful cars here and we're very happy to be part of this. i've been showing cars since i was 17 years old. my dad was an air force mechanic and i've worked on cars since i was a young age. i'd work on cars on the weekend. sometimes i'd have five cars and none of them would r
. people who need to eat before they exercise, they neat the energy to get going. and -- need the energy to get going. and others have a huge craving after the work out, because they expended energy. i personally like to have maybe a piece of fruit before i work out, nothing more, i like to be as empty as possible. >> that's how athletes do it. >> in training for tithe -- triathalons, there's an important 30 minute window of time after you work out, get loy-- low-fat chocolate milk. >> do not exercise for 10 minutes and reward yourself with 10 must have -- muffins. >> food #3 -- clue #3. let's check the next clue >> announcer: i am filled with love and warmth every year, but also can give you a bit of a chill, what am i? >> your boss. [ laughter ] >> no. >> you are sticking with the boss thing. >> let's see the answer. >> the fall. >> this is interesting, during the fall and winter your appetite increases. and one of the reasons why it increases is because when your body is full, when your stomach is full, you radiate 10% more body heat. so, it's a natural survival mechanism, you obvious
that and instead everybody focus their energies on the real problems at hand with the exchanges, or that have a greater impact on how people feel about obamacare? >> we were expecting this to work from day one. who would have thought they are going there is no way this has not been tested, this is going to fail. the majority of people especially on self-assured programs never going to visit the website. now the american people are paying attention because they know this is going to affect them eventually. dagen: with younger people, if there premiums go up, it is contingent on young people enrolling. older america. if they don't enroll, i wait for the day the federal government actually tries to go after them and collect these penalties from them. that is a different set of problems. >> this is a business network. no way financially obamacare is going to work. we cannot pay for it when you're on the backs of young adults who can stand the parent plans until their 26 and then they can pay the fine and not sign up for the program until they get hurt and they can sign up at the hospital. this is
what happened so we could be a better, safer energy company. i can tell you - safety is at the heart of everything we do. we've added cutting-edge technology, like a new deepwater well cap and a state-of-the-art monitoring center, whe experts watch over all drilling activity twenty-four-seven. and we're sharing what we've learned, so we can all produce energy more safely. our commitment has never been stronger. ido more with less with buss energy.hp is help. soon, the world's most intelligent servers, designed by hp, will give ups over twice the performance, using forty percent less energy. multiply that across over a thousand locations, and they'll provide the same benefit to the environment as over 60,000 trees. that's a trend we can all get behind. >> more you know, the more you work ♪ that's a light in my eye >> you may not get the significance of the song here, but let me tell you, we are on satellite radio once again, sirius xm to be precise. now you can listen to "varney & company" and the rest of fox business every day, it's channel 113. if you can't watch, you can listen
is the stock of our era. plus, pipe dream? energy independence was once farfetched but the massive oil and gas finds in our own country will soon make it a reality. would kinder morgan help you tap the wealth of our natural resources? find out in cramer's exclusive. all coming up on "mad money." don't miss a second of "mad money." follow @jimcramer on twitter. have a question? tweet cramer #madtweets. send jim an e-mail to madmoney@cnbc.com. or give us a call, at 1-800-743-cnbc. miss something? head to madmoney.cnbc.com. ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] eeny, meeny, miny, go. ♪ ♪ more adventures await in the new seven-passenger lexus gx. lease the 2014 gx 460 for $499 a month for 27 months. see your lexus dealer. for ido more with less withths. buless energy. hp is helping ups do just that. soon, the world's most intelligent servers, designed by hp, will give ups over twice the performance, using forty percent less energy. multiply that across over a thousand locations, and they'll provide the same benefit to the environment as over 60,000 trees. that's a trend we can all get behind. >>> now tha
recover and learn from what happened so we could be a better, safer energy company. i can tell you - safety is at the heart of everything we do. we've added cutting-edge technology, like a new deepwater well cap and a state-of-the-art monitoring center, whe experts watch over all drilling activity twenty-four-seven. and we're sharing what we've learned, so we can all produce energy more safely. our commitment has never been stronger. ido more with less with buss energy.hp is help. soon, the world's most intelligent servers, designed by hp, will give ups over twice the performance, using forty percent less energy. multiply that across over a thousand locations, and they'll provide the same benefit to the environment as over 60,000 trees. that's a trend we can all get behind. adam: the obama administration is bringing in the business to help fix healthcare.gov. "usa today" reports verizon has been asked to improve the performance of the glitch ridden site. the department of health and human services says in a blog post it is going beyond his government contractors and reaching out to
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: help the gulf recover and learn from what happened so wcould be a better, safer energy company. i can tell you - safety is at the heart of everything we do. we've aed cutting-edge technology, like a new deepwater well cap and a statof-the-art monitoring center, whe exper watch over all drilling activity twenty-four-seven. and we're sharing what we've learned, so we can all prode ener more safely. our commitment has never been stronger. you al love, whatould you do?" ♪ [ woman ] i'd be a writer. [ man ] i'd be a baker. [ woman ] i wanna be a pie maker. [ man ] i wanna be ailot. [ woman ] i'd be an architect. what if i told you someone could pay you and what if that person were you? ♪ when you think about it, isn't that what retirement shld be, paying ourselves to do what we love? ♪ can. melissa: it is the end of the world, haven't you heard!? if congress fails to raise the debt ceiling it will be an economic apocalypse. let's be honest, does that sound familiar? europe on the brink. chaos in egypt. syria in crisis. the fiscal cliff is coming! we went over the cliff and the world
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